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Visit Activate Cycle Academy at this weekend’s York Cycle Festival

Cytech-partner Activate Cycle Academy, which has specialist cycle maintenance training centres in Oxford, Guildford, Stafford and Darlington, will be exhibiting at this weekend’s York...

19 Jun 2024, more…

Cytech training provider Spokes People to deliver workshops at National Cycling Show 2024, opening next Saturday 15th June

Lee & Darren from Spokes People, one of Cytech’s UK training providers, are attending the National Cycling Show this weekend and will be delivering various workshops and sessions for...

6 Jun 2024, more…

Rediscovery Centre Opens First Cytech Training Facility in Ireland

The Rediscovery Centre, the National Centre for the Circular Economy in Ireland, today announced its partnership with Cytech, the internationally recognised training and accreditation scheme for...

15 Apr 2024, more…

Talk the torque in the Cytech Tech Forum

Cytech, the internationally recognised training and accreditation scheme for bicycle technicians, has launched a new Facebook group - the Cytech Tech Forum –...

11 Mar 2024, more…

BikeBiz editor gets hands on with Cytech technical one

Daniel Blackham, editor of industry magazine BikeBiz, has been writing about his experience of completing the Cytech technical one qualification at training provider Spokes People in Milton...

8 Mar 2024, more…

JE James Cycles to open first Barnsley store

ACT member and Cytech-accredited retailer JE James Cycles – one of the largest independent cycle retailers in Europe – is to open a new 7,874 sq ft store shop in Barnsley town...

7 Mar 2024, more…

Activate Cycle Academy welcomes British Cycling to Cytech technical one training course

Cytech partner Activate Cycle Academy, the largest and most recognised training provider of bike maintenance and technical training courses to the UK’s cycle industry, recently welcomed a...

6 Mar 2024, more…

Local Bike Shop Day 2024 confirmed for Saturday May 4th.

The ACT is happy to confirm the date for Local Bike Shop Day 2024 as Saturday 4 May, the weekend of the early May Bank Holiday.

29 Feb 2024, more…

ACT tells Parliamentary Committee of the need for urgent systemic change to the Cycle to Work scheme.

With more than 500 cycle businesses having now signed up to its campaign for change to the Cycle to Work scheme, a delegation from the Association of Cycle Traders has met with All Party...

25 Jan 2024, more…

OPSS takes enforcement action over dangerous e-bike battery.

The Office for Product Safety and Standards (OPSS) is taking enforcement action and warning consumers about a brand of e-bike battery – UPP – that has been linked to a number of...

24 Jan 2024, more…

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Just over a week to go until The Cycle Show 2023, celebrating 20 years

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Just over a week to go until The Cycle Show 2023, celebrating 20 years

Posted on 12 Apr 2023

Cycle ShowCytech, the internationally recognised training and accreditation scheme for bicycle technicians, will be joined by training providers Activate Cycle Academy and Spokes People when the UK’s biggest cycling show returns for its 20th anniversary in London this April.

Cytech WorkshopIt will be its second year at the iconic Alexandra Palace, taking place between Friday 21st April and Sunday 23 April 2023, with the Cytech team attending all days on stand G670.

At the show Cytech will also be delivering informative maintenance talks on each day of the show, watch this space for more details.

On stand G670 there’ll be offers and competitions to make the most of, as well as trainers on hand to discuss your training needs, any burning mechanical questions you have or just to have a chat with.

Part of the cycle trade?

UK-based IBDs and online retailers can register for a FREE pass and attend The Cycle Show's grand opening on Friday 21 April. Your pass will allow entry on any day, but dealers attending Friday will get special access to the VIP lounge for complimentary teas and coffees.

Register for your free trade pass here.

Please note your registration may take a few days to be approved. Registrations from non-retailers will not be approved.

If you are a member of the UK bike trade but not a retailer you can save 20% on tickets to the show using code TRADE20

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